If you don’t like queuing up at the petrol station, then you're going to love this initiative.
It’s an on-demand fuel delivery service that has been launched by ENOC for businesses and fleet owners across the UAE.
Both petrol and diesel will be delivered to customers who find it challenging to access regular service stations.
The app-based service called ENOC Link will initially serve commercial clients in specific industrial areas, but it will soon be available for private vehicle owners as well.
Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO of ENOC, said: "ENOC Link offers customers an end-to-end digital fuelling experience through advanced fuel analytics, management and online reporting platforms. Customers of commercial fleets will also have access to an online dashboard to track fuel consumption on an aggregate level, by site and even by vehicle."
The project was created as part of ENOC Group’s digital accelerator programme called ‘Next’, which was announced earlier this year.
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